For individual users
If your organization is connected to CESNET e-infrastructure (in principle, we connect only organizations not individual users) you gain the following advantages:
We operate a communications network with high parameters thanks to which you will gain fast access to the Internet and partner science, research, and education networks in many countries (e.g. GÉANT and Internet2). We offer also solutions for cases when a shared network is not sufficient – dedicated transmission lines available through services Circuit, Lambda and Photonic.
For complex computations you can use our grid infrastructure MetaCentrum that comprises thousands of cores in clusters and SMP machines and wide range of applications for many science fields. Processed data can be stored in our data storage.
Our data storage offers useful services focused on individual users. We offer ownCloud cloud storage to store user data, synchronise them among various devices and share them with other users. For an occasional handover of large data volumes, you can use our FileSender service.
Easy services and network access
The eduID.cz identity federation under CESNET operation significantly facilitates access to web services provided by various subjects. Upon a single login within your own organizations you gain access to many web sites linked to eduID.cz.
The eduroam infrastructure facilitates access to network infrastructure. During your visit to any out of tens partner organizations you can connect to its wireless network. Normally it is enough to open your notebook…
Videoconference and webconference facilitates collaboration with other users including foreign ones. Through our videoserver you can follow live broadcasts of various events or watch their recordings in videoarchive. Some universities use our archive for storing lecture recordings.
We can provide live Internet broadcasts to (streaming) organizers of conference, seminar or special lectures or interconnect lecture hall to remote sites in very high quality and stereoscopically (3D).
Last change: 5.5.2014